People are always telling me that there is no way that you can find your Irish roots because all the records are lost. This article can help your search.
The Up-to-Date Waitress - written by Janet McKenzie-Hill; who was born in Westfield, Massachusetts in 1852 and was a famous author, cooking instructor and lecturer on domestic science.
McKenzie-Hill graduated from the Boston Cooking School where Fannie Farmer was assistant principal. The author published many books on cookery and domestic home care including “Cooking for Two: A Handbook for Young Housekeepers” in 1908. She died in 1933.
This book was published in 1908 and is an amazing historical record for those interested in the history of day-to-day life in the era of Downton Abbey.